ROYCE TURF AND IRRIGATION LAUNCH APP FOR SMART PHONES
TURF APP NOW LAUNCHED
now available for all your smart mobile equipment our Royce Turf App. We are the first turf company to launch an app in the UK. On the app you will find hints and tips details of our turf and the ability to contact us from within the app.
We hope that you find the application interesting, useful for a quick reference, we would welcome any comments good or bad or if it is something that you would…Continue
Added by Tim Royce on April 8, 2013 at 15:34 — No Comments
Phew the rain has arrived at last, sounds funny after the wettest April but when your grounds are on sandy soil it does not take too long for the lawns to lose their lush look, still I am sure witht he current rainfall and our expert lawn care programme they should look good for another month, we have a couple of estate and large gardens who are on clay soil and although their lawns looked better, when we tried to weed the borders it was rock hard so hopefully this will help us this next…Continue
Added by Busy Bee Garden Services Limited on June 3, 2012 at 16:03 — No Comments
Over the past few months I've had great difficulty in finding someone to join and eventually run our garden maintenance service in the Surrey and Hampshire areas. I've always heard that finding people was the most difficult part of running a business but just assumed that the companies weren't offering enough incentives or were just understandably over picky.
The fact is that there are people who want to work but there aren't many who want to work to a certain standard for any length…Continue
Spring is almost here and for us who have sandy soils they are starting to become lighter which enables us to get onto the soil earlier than other types of soil.
We took on an allotment last July and have spent the time since bringing it up to scratch as it had been let go which involved basically removing loads of old carpet which the last owners had used to control weeds and had failed and digging through and removing loads of grass weed.
Its quite a hard way to start an…Continue
Added by Busy Bee Garden Services Limited on February 19, 2012 at 18:27 — No Comments
This week has been a snowy one with winter finally hitting us and the business with a couple of days forced off and it totally changes the look of the garden with everything covered with snow, with every garden be it well kept or unkempt looking the same finding a plant of the week was going to be a problem.
The plant we noticed this week maybe because it was shown off better against the white background of the snow was Jasminum nudiflorum with its bright yellow flowers offering some…Continue
Added by Busy Bee Garden Services Limited on February 12, 2012 at 10:14 — No Comments
The team were working this week in a garden in Virgina Water, Surrey and we suddenly noted a rather nice smell, looked around and our client had a beautiful looking witchhazel or Hamamelis mollis. This got us thinking about the gardens and sites we visit and how there must be a plant of the week which might be a nice feature for "blog" so I'll get the ball rolling with the wichhazel.
What we liked about it was that it flowers in winter which is usual and makes it stand out from the…Continue
Added by Busy Bee Garden Services Limited on February 5, 2012 at 11:29 — No Comments
Easter Weekend, - the shops are closed, the sun is out, so it's a day for a family walk in our local bluebell woodsContinue
Added by Phil Voice on December 19, 2009 at 9:30 — No Comments
Added by Phil Voice on December 19, 2009 at 9:00 — No Comments